Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Vice-President Ma'ruf Amin. Photo: AP

Indonesia’s largest Muslim group set for bigger role in Jokowi’s second term

  • Nahdlatul Ulama has 60 million followers and is a voice for moderate Islam amid rising religiosity
  • But analysts say its increased prominence could disenfranchise conservatives and worsen identity politics
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Vice-President Ma'ruf Amin. Photo: AP
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Amy Chew

Amy Chew

Amy Chew is a journalist based in Kuala Lumpur who has covered regime change in Asia and parts of the Middle East, giving her a unique insight into the economic, social and political factors that reshapes society.